Prince Harry and William ‘could make up’ after ‘having a damn good row’
A royal expert is hoping that Prince William and Prince Harry can sort out their differences through a "damn good row" and then come back together.
Royal biographer Andrew Morton compared the relationship of the brothers to that of Queen Elizabeth and her sister Margaret who were also quite different in some ways, reports The Sun.
Appearing on Steph’s Packed Lunch on Channel 4 expert Andrew Morton said that some focus at the weekend would be on the brother's relationship during the funeral.
Harry, 36, who arrived in the UK for his grandfather's funeral at the weekend, has not seen his family since he moved to the US over a year ago.
Since then, it is understood that tensions have surfaced in the Royal Family over Prince Harry and Meghan's explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey last month.
According to The Sun, Andrew Morton told Channel 4: “Everybody watching the funeral will want to see some sort of reconciliation between William and Harry, and Harry and his father.
"The one thing you hope is that it doesn’t overshadow tributes to Prince Philip.”
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Morton, who also wrote a book about Princess Diana in 1995, compared Prince William and Harry's relationship to Cain and Able, the sons of Adam and Eve.
He said that it wasn't the first time that there has been a "Cain and Abel relationship" in the Royal Family pointing out that Queen and Princess Margaret were often seen as "salt and pepper" in their differences.
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He added: "The Queen is a very similar character to William, cautious, even-handed and calm.
"Margaret and Harry are a couple who kick over the traitors. Margaret used to say, ‘disobedience is my job’.
"You’d hope that William and Harry would have a damn good row, then make up as the Queen and Margaret did throughout their relationship.”
The royal expert also praised Prince Phillip for helping to modernise the family, such as televising the Queen's coronation when others resited.
Prince Philip's funeral will be held on Saturday, April 17 at St George's Chapel, in the grounds of Windsor Castle.
Due to Covid restrictions, only 30 guests will be attending.
The Duke of Edinburgh will have a ceremonial funeral rather than a state funeral, and there will be no public procession.
The royal coffin will be transported from the castle to the chapel for the funeral, in a specially-modified Land Rover Prine Philip helped to design.
The vehicle will be followed by the Prince of Wales and senior royals on foot, a senior Palace aide said.
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